Hello, I am considering integrating a PepLink 380 or 580 into my networks, however i would like to hear from you respected members and the PepLink support about my network requirements setup.
Kindly refer to the simple network diagram attached:
I currently have two ISP links, each with 5Mbps upload/download rate (supposedly), latency to google DNS varies from 120-160 up to 190 sometimes.
Behind that, I have 3 separate networks, 192.168.50.0/24 & 192.168.100.0/24 and I will be adding another network that should take up to 500 IP addresses at least (I’ve thrown 172.16.0.0/24 in the diagram only as an example). Each network has it’s own DHCP router and other services installed on it, like; (Bandwidth Queues, MAC Filters and Hotspot servers).
My question is:
- Would a PepLink 380 load balance and fail over load effectively with 3 separate networks behind it, each with a different IP addressing scheme?
- If so, how should the setup be made in reference to the best ideal solution to be placed instead of the question mark in the diagram (?) - a normal GigE switch? a router? and How should the setup be in ref to the IP Address on the PEP380 LAN Port.
- I would also need to map Public IP addresses (considering one of each ISP for each router) in order to setup a VPN and enable myself a remote access to all of the three networks.
I would be grateful to hear back from you with all.